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The four knobs that come with the shocks:

1)Do any of you keep them on while driving?
2)If one is lost for the front, i can still use the other knob to adjust the other side, rite.

Stupid questions, but I just put them in today....thanks everyone.
 

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if you are talking about the white knobs to adjust the shocks. then no you dont keep them on while driving. and you can use one knob for all the shocks

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Take them off and carry one in the glove compartment. Those things don't stay on very well anyway and would fall off on rough roads.
 

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Yes, i'm talking about the white knobs. I thought it would be stupid to drive with them on.

I'll save the others and just keep one in my glove compartment then...thanks guys

this message board is very helpful!!!
 

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Bottlefed, MICrew is going well, www.micrew.net

hope to chill withca soon man.

btw, for those getting the Koni Yellows in the future:

8041 1155 Sport for the Long Dampers
8041 1154L & 1154R for the Short Dampers

i double checked my shipped order and these part #'s are applicable to the Prelude....
 

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hmm i have 1155's for the rears and 1232's for the fronts..

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98 FBP Prelude SS
AEM Intake
Eibach Pro-kit
Koni Yellows
Neuspeed Strut Bar
32 Tint all around
 

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thanks fellas. I just found out the only difference for the front shocks of the koni yellows are the break line brackets.

The 92-96 brackets are used, so in my case i will not need to use them. I will be fine. The SH is a different story, they need the
1232's....

later H-A.net
 

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I trust my networks of knowledge....but does anyone have any comments on my 99Prelude using the 92-96 front Koni Yellow shocks????

i'm putting them in tomorrow, any opinions tonight would be appreciated!!!!!!!!!
 

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I finally got a call back from my buddy at KONI North America and he confirmed that the only difference in the 92-96 vs 97-2001 Prelude Koni Yellows are the break line brackets. ...now i can put them on today!!!!!!

Dan, you were right again!! thanks dude.
 
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